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  • Links a lot

    Cleaning out over a weeks worth of links and emails: The Hardball Times gives us a taste of some of the batted balls data available...

  • Tigers Minor League Wrap – September 1st

    Toledo 2, Columbus 2 (11 inn, in progress) Ryan Raburn went 2 for 6. Chris Shelton had 2 walks and 2 K’s. Cory Hamman started...

  • Tigers Minor League Wrap – August 31st

    Toledo – PPD Erie 4, Trenton 3 Kody Kirkland homered and doubled. Brent Clevlen was 1 for 4. Lance Davis allowed 2 runs, 1 earned,...

  • Tigers Minor League Wrap – August 26th

    Louisville 13, Toledo 2 Chad Durbin started and allowed 3 runs over 6 innings. Bobby Seay, Steve Green and Lance Davis allowed 10 runs in...

  • Book Review: Little League, Big Dreams

    With the Tigers actually playing meaningful games, it has kept me from tuning into the Little League World Series as much as I have in...

  • Comments on Comments

    I’ve never had a comment policy here. It was never that much of an issue. Early on there weren’t that many comments, but the community...

  • Game 112: Twins at Tigers

    PREGAME: It’s a rematch of the awesome Zach Miner-Francisco Liriano match-up at the Metrodome. Liriano missed his last start with some pain in his forearm....

  • Tigers Minor League Wrap – August 5th

    Toledo Louisville (12th inning in progress) New Hampshire 6, Erie 4 Nate Bumstead pitched 7 innings and allowed 5 runs, 4 earned, on 8 hits,...

  • Tigers Minor League Wrap – August 4th

    Toledo 4, Louisville 3 (11 innings) Chris Shelton had 3 strikeouts, but also had 2 walks. Ryan Ludwick hit his 20th homer and Ryan Raburn...

  • Verlander to miss start

    Danny Knobler reports that Justin Verlander’s Sunday start will be skipped. Most importantly he indicates that he is fine, and it is just part of...

  • Tigers Minor League Wrap – August 3rd

    Toledo 5, Louisville 4 Chris Shelton went 2 for 4 with a triple. Ryan Raburn doubled and hit his 19th homer. Humberto Sanchez started but...

  • Cinco de Blog

    I didn’t notice it until today, but The Detroit Tigers Weblog turned 5 years old on Monday. Thanks to all of you who make this...